The maximum number of clients per guide is 3. Half day trips are approximately 4 hours and full day 

trips are 7 1/2 hours. All the gear(limited sizes)is provided in the price of the trip except for  

the fishing license. A full payment is required to book trips. The payment is refundable prior to 14 

days before your trip. Lunches are provided only on full days. Licenses can be purchased online at www.gooutdoorstennessee.com


WADE TRIPS

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(WADING IN THE GSMNP)

-1/2 DAY 1 PERSON
 $200
  
-1/2 DAY 2 PERSON
 $250 
    
-1/2 DAY 3 PERSON
 $300

-FULL DAY 1 PERSON
$275

-FULL DAY 2 PERSON
$325

-FULL DAY 3 PERSON
$375

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FLOAT TRIPS

(SEASONAL)

FULL DAY 1 or 2 PERSON
$475


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SPECIALTY TRIPS

(TRIBAL PERMIT NEEDED)

CHEROKEE TROPHY WATER 
2 ANGLERS FULL DAY $375

RENTALS

    (INCLUDED IN GUIDED TRIP PRICE)

FLY ROD      $30

SPINNING ROD $15

NET           $5

WADERS       $30

BOOTS      $10

BOOTIES    $2.50 
 

The maximum number of clients per guide is 3. Half day trips are approximately 4 hours and full day 

trips are 7 1/2 hours. All the gear(limited sizes)is provided in the price of the trip except for  

the fishing license. A full payment is required to book trips. The payment is refundable up to 14 

days prior to your trip. Lunches are provided only on full days. Licenses can be purchased here at the shop.

 

From wading in small mountain streams to floating large open tailwaters to fishing private water, there is no better place to gather a storehouse of special moments than the Great Smoky Mountains and the surrounding area. From a youngster's first trout, to pristine mountain streams and vistas, your experiences here will kindle a desire to return for years to come. The mountain trout in the National Park waters are stream-born, wild and very determined to survive! Prohibiting bait and treble hooks levels the playing field and makes each catch a source of pride and sense of accomplishment.

In addition, Gatlinburg offers permits for “city waters” that offer opportunities to catch trout the city stocks each week. This is a great chance for newer and more experienced anglers alike to enjoy the excitement of a “fish on”. There are even sections of the rivers that are designated as "kids only" fishing. Drop by the shop and we will point you in the right direction and provide all you need for a great day on the water.

 
 

Smallmouth are one of the most exciting fish to chase on the fly. These often battle near the waters surface and frequently, above it. They are well muscled athletes with speed, power, and stamina. When you chose to take this trip it will be love at first strike. Our float trips are done on the most beautiful streams of the southeast. The French Broad, Tuckasegee, Nolichucky, Pigeon, and the Holston River all hold great fish. Even though we target Smallmouth , you may be surprised. You could hook a Walleye, Striper, and White bass also. On our smallmouth bass float trips, you are welcome to use a fly rod, conventional tackle, or a combination of both. If you plan on using conventional gear, we recommend a medium or medium-light rod that is about 7' in length. If you prefer to fly-fish, you will find that smallmouth will definitely take a fly. When fly-fishing for smallmouth, you should be able to accurately cast 50 feet. Our guides are excellent instructors and a large part of their day involves teaching the finer points of fishing. Whether you are a beginner looking to land your first smallmouth, or a seasoned angler who wants to target the largest fish in the river, our guides will do whatever it takes to make your smallmouth bass fishing experience one of the most memorable experiences of your life.

 
 

What is European Nymphing? While still relatively new to most Americans, it is an incredibly effective method of fishing that Europeans have been using for decades now. In fact, the techniques they have developed are one of the main reasons they have been so successful in international competitions.

European Nymphing, in all of its forms, emphasizes line control and quick sinking flies that provide a more direct connection to the fish and allow the angler to detect the subtlest of strikes. Long rods, long leaders, and short casts equal large numbers of fish...even when fishing water that would be considered "unfishable" using more traditional methods.

We have a few guides that excel in this method. When booking a trip just let us know you want to check this method out.